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RISING INFLATION EXPECTED TO SPARK HIGHER PAY DEMANDS

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Independent pay research body Income Data Services says rising inflation is expected to spark demands for higher pa...
Independent pay research body Income Data Services says rising inflation is expected to spark demands for higher pay this autumn.

IDS's pay settlement report looks at up to 400 pay reviews taking effect since the start of April. Most groups have received increases of between 3-4%.

The Financial Times reports (p9) that, in a separate report, IDS says that the government's welfare-to-work scheme faces its biggest obstacles in sareas where it is most needed.
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